Psychological survival skills at work
Member price: £387 + VAT
Non-member price: £455 + VAT
London, 27 May 2022
London, 2 December 2022
Online Live, 23 September 2022
This course is led by a psychologist specialising in resilience and vulnerability, who also has experience of working within other professions and industries at many levels. You will be introduced to the scientific data behind the study of resilience so you can be confident of its efficacy, and you’ll take part in exercises and discussions enabling you to practice the essential resilience skills.
In particular, you’ll learn how to deal with stressors effectively using a cognitive-behavioural model that will become the cornerstone for your continuing development of resilience. We will then introduce the science behind growth through adversity and psychological well-being so that you can utilise stressors to become stronger, and identify and enrich elements of your psychological well-being.
Who should attend
This course is for anyone who is interested in developing resilience at work, gaining strength through adversity and developing their psychological wellbeing.
What you will learn
You will learn to identify your inner and outer resources for resilience; how a cognitive-behavioural approach to dealing with stressors can be learned and used throughout your life; how to benefit from the upside of adversity and which parts of your life you want to work on to create better psychological well-being in the future.
- The physiological, cognitive, emotional and behavioural responses you have to stressors at work
- How those responses affect your experience of the stressors
- Dealing with ‘negative’ thoughts and emotions
- How to transform your responses to stressors
- Gaining the benefits of adverse situations
- Leading a life of positive functioning
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